“So, I only have to wear it, when I leave the house?” Mona questioned her brother.
“We’re already acquainted with your low spirits. Did you read the instructions? It won’t be my fault if you break the law.”
Mona pulled a metal bracelet out of a box. “All because you didn’t vote.”
“People have the right to know how you feel before they approach you.”
“And my right to privacy?” She snapped the bracelet on. She noticed his naked wrist. “Where’s yours? You were outside.”
“It was flashing red. I didn’t want everyone to know that I’m a bad guy.”